Fire Protection System

Fire Sprinkler System

Your Go-To for A Reliable Fire Sprinkler System in Malaysia

Fire sprinkler systems are a key component of a building’s fire protection system. There are many things to consider when installing one, such as the water supply, water distribution, sprinkler heads, and more.

This can be complex, and often more than not, many businesses do not have in-house personnel who are technically qualified for this.

At Palcon, our fire professionals will walk you through the end-to-end fire sprinkler system design and installation process. With our dedication towards top-notch customer service, you can rest assured that your building and its occupants will be safe if a fire breaks out.

Quality Fire Sprinkler System in Malaysia

Fire sprinkler systems can save lives in the event of a fire. Along with other automated active and passive fire protection measures, a well-maintained fire sprinkler system can help suppress smoke and flames. Hence, it prevents the spread of a fire, reduces damage and gives people time to exit a building safely while fire reinforcements are en route.

Types of Fire Sprinkler Systems

Wet Pipe
Dry Pipe
Choosing the right fire sprinkler system for your needs is pertinent to ensure its effectiveness in protecting lives and property from the devastating effects of fire. Enhance the safety of your residential, commercial, or industrial space by exploring the different types of fire sprinkler systems available.

Components of a Fire Sprinkler System

Sprinkler Head

Sprinkler Head

Serves as a water disperser to extinguish flames when the effects of a fire have been detected.

Flow Switch

Flow Switch

Provides an electrical alarm signal to a monitored panel and/or fire department when a continuous water flow in the fire sprinkler system occurs.

Components of a Fire Fighting System​: Fire Sprinkler System

Sprinkler Guard

Sprinkler Guard

Safeguards the sprinkler head from hits to prevent potential damage and avoid accidental activation or water discharge.

Pressure Gauge

Pressure Gauge

Checks the fire sprinkler system’s water pressure to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.

Pressure Switch

Pressure Switch

Maintains system pressure, stabilises reservoir levels, and protects equipment by preventing damage or inefficient operation due to low pressure.

Importance of a Fire Sprinkler System

The fire sprinkler system is an efficient and swift response to fire, suppressing the flame before it can grow bigger. Therefore, it is a significant investment to maintain and service the fire sprinkler system as a line of defence for various properties and premises.

Efficient Fire Sprinkler System in Malaysia

To prevent potential fire hazards, we provide different types of fire sprinkler systems to suit your facility’s needs. Moreover, for your convenience, we also offer reliable fire sprinkler system installation and maintenance to ensure your fire sprinkler system is in good working condition and complies with local safety regulations.


It is extremely rare for a fire sprinkler system to be activated without warning or reason. A fire sprinkler will only be activated when there is a fire or when the sprinkler head’s fusible link is displaced.

No, it will not. Only a heat source (usually around 70°C) can activate a sprinkler system.

No, only fire sprinklers located near the heat source will be triggered and activated.

Fire sprinkler systems use water as an extinguishing agent, whereas fire suppression systems generally adopt carbon dioxide, inert gases, or other non-water-based chemicals as the extinguishing agent.

Yes, mechanical valves, gauges, switches, and alarm devices should be tested every 3 months. There should also be complete testing of every element of the sprinkler system at least once a year, from water flow, fire pump and alarm tests to trip tests for dry pipes, deluges, and pre-action valves.

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